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DontDoItGeorge Thu 30-Jul-20 14:35:15

Hi I've done slimming world in the past and had great results. During lockdown the weight has crept back on.
I know the rules and how it works, I had 15 syns last time but didn't use them all most days, sometimes saved them for the weekend winesmile
I understand now we can have 2 x HEA? So double the A's?? More cheese?? If this is true that's great!!
Also can anyone tell me how many syns a tin of mackerel in sunflower oil is please?

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Ricekrispie22 Thu 30-Jul-20 14:50:12

Yes, you can now have more cheese!
The Extra Easy SP plan is now a maximum of 10 Syns per day rather than the previous five to 15 guidance.
Some products, including reduced-fat/light soft cheese and soft goat's cheese, are also no longer classed as HEs. They are now synned.
A handful of Free Foods have lost their P symbols – baked beans, broad beans, mung beans and all varieties of peas (except split peas)
Not sure right now of the mackerel in oil. Sorry

DontDoItGeorge Thu 30-Jul-20 14:58:11

Thankyou that's helpful! So less syns but more cheese😀
I think I will probably have to pay to join again to get the new rules, even tho I have all the old books!

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Stoichio Thu 30-Jul-20 22:32:15

I've just joined online again @DontDoItGeorge despite having all the old books - there is £20 off free membership at the moment, so I paid £40 for 3 months. Website/app seems much better than what I remembered (it has been a long time!) so I think it is worth it.

Mackerel in sunflower oil (125g drained) is between 0.5 to 1.5 syns depending on the brand.

DontDoItGeorge Thu 30-Jul-20 22:54:26

Thankyou @Stoichio that's helpful,
I found a £15 off with womansweekly. Where did you find £20 off?

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Stoichio Thu 30-Jul-20 23:24:54

@DontDoItGeorge - on the SW website itself - part of the new government initiative. I think the code was RESET2020

Stoichio Thu 30-Jul-20 23:26:06

Just noticed I put in £20 off free membership - oops!

DontDoItGeorge Fri 31-Jul-20 16:21:56

Thanks that's helpful

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